'We are calling the police!' Kelly Osbourne begs taxi company Lyft for help after a driver 'DROVE OFF' with her dad Ozzy's clothes still in the car

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Kelly Osbourne is desperately seeking help after a taxi driver allegedly drove off with her father Ozzy's clothes in the back of a Lyft vehicle.

The TV personality, 37, appealed for assistance from the company after the private taxi driver left before she was able to grab the musician's belongings.

Taking to Twitter, Kelly contacted the company via their social media to demand they call her and revealed she was contacting the police to report the incident.

Help! Kelly Osbourne is desperately seeking help after a taxi driver allegedly drove off with her father Ozzy's clothes in the back of a Lyft vehicle

Kelly, who revealed she was in a grey Land Rover, wrote on Twitter: 'EMERGENCY!!!! One of your drivers just knowingly drove off with all of my dads cloths in the back seat of her car. 

We can't reach her or you. Please contact me immediately. We are calling the police right now!'

Kelly's mother Sharon shared the post to her on Instagram along with details of the vehicle, the time of the trip and the drivers name, which we have chosen to remain private.

Family: The TV personality, 37, appealed for assistance from the company after the private taxi driver left before she was able to grab the musician's belongings (pictured in 2020)

Kelly, who revealed she was in a grey Land Rover, wrote on Twitter: 'EMERGENCY!!!! One of your drivers just knowingly drove off with all of my dads cloths in the back seat of her car'

Fans couldn't believe someone would take Ozzys clothes with one saying: 'Track the driver' and another adding: 'Who in the hell steals the Prince of Darknesses clothes!!! That's so screwed up.'

An hour later Kelly shared an update that the Los Angeles Police Department and Lyft had managed to track down the items and return them to the family.

The ordeal comes shortly after Kelly shared the happy news that she is expecting her first child with Slipknot band member Sid Wilson, 45.

Details: Kelly's mother Sharon shared the post to her on Instagram along with details of the vehicle, the time of the trip and the drivers name, which we have chosen to remain private

'I know that I have been very quiet these past few months so I thought I would share with you all as to why,' she began, before revealing: 'I am over the moon to announce that I am going to be a Mumma. To say that I am happy does not quite cut it. I am ecstatic!'

She revealed the news with two images on her Instagram page - where she has 2.4million followers - showing her relaxing poolside while looking at her sonogram pictures.

Kelly confirmed her new relationship with DJ Sid - known for playing turntables in the heavy metal band Slipknot - in January this year when the pair went Instagram official. 

Surprise! The ordeal comes shortly after Kelly shared the happy news that she is expecting her first child with Slipknot band member Sid Wilson, 45

An insider told PEOPLE of their romance: 'Kelly and Sid met when his band was touring with Ozzfest [the music festival created by Kelly's parents Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne] in 1999.' 

The insider added: 'They have remained friends since. They are very happy together..'  

Prior to Sid, Kelly enjoyed a year-long romance with cinematographer Erik Bragg which began in 2020 during the pandemic. 

The pregnancy news comes a year after it was revealed that Kelly relapsed after nearly four years of being sober, and after her confession that she undergone secret gastric sleeve surgery to lose weight.

Casual: Kelly revealed the news with two images on Instagram, showing her relaxing poolside while looking at her sonogram pictures

New relationship: Kelly confirmed her new relationship with DJ Sid - known for playing turntables in the heavy metal band Slipknot - in January this year when the pair went Instagram official

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